Category: Book Review

Mind Gym

Mind Gym: An Athlete’s Guide to Inner Excellence by Gary Mack with David Casstevens   This off season I’m reading books about sports psychology looking for techniques to improve my mental game. I started with Mind Gym by Gary Mack, a sports psychologist, who worked with teams such as the Seattle Mariners and Phoenix Suns. […]

The Well-Built Triathlete

I enjoyed the Well-Built Triathlete by Matt Dixon and found it informative and thought provoking. I particularly enjoyed his sections debunking the myths of triathlon swimming, cycling and running. This is not meant to be a comprehensive book review. I’m mostly going to talk about how Dixon’s views challenged my own and some training changes […]